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Double Eyelid Suture (DST)

Double eyelid suture (DST)

What is Non-Surgical Double Eyelid Suture?

Double eyelid suture is a NON-SURGICAL cosmetic procedure that creates a natural double eyelid crease on the upper eyelid for more attractive-looking eyes. It is typically performed on individuals who have a monolid, which means that their eyelids do not have a crease, and they appear to have a single eyelid.

How is the Procedure done?

The procedure involves inserting a suture or thread to create a crease. The suture is placed along the natural fold of the eyelid, and the skin is then folded and secured to create the desired crease. This procedure is minimally invasive and can be performed under local anesthetic.

What are the benefits of a double eyelid suture?

  • Enhancing the appearance of the eyes
  • Minimally invasive
  • Quick procedure
  • Short recovery time
  • Natural-looking results
  • No scarring

How long is the procedure?

The procedure lasts around 30 minutes to one hour.

How long is the recovery period?

You may experience mild swelling and minimal bruising for the first 2-3 days. Natural-looking eyelids result in 4 – 6 weeks after the surgery.

What is the advantage of non-incisional double eyelid suturing?

  • There’s no scar left
  • The swelling rapidly subsides after 1-week post-procedure.
  • The result is as natural as the natural double eyelid.
  • It’s reversible if necessary.

Who needs a double eyelid suture?

Double eyelid suture is typically performed on individuals who have a single eyelid or “monolid,” which means that they do not have a crease on their upper eyelid. This procedure can create a natural-looking crease on the eyelid, which can enhance the appearance of the eyes and create a more youthful and attractive look.

How We Can Help You?

We welcome you to have a detailed consultation with our certified aesthetic doctors. Make an appointment to consult our doctor at A Klinik Signature to get more information about the double eyelid suture now.